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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
tinctus,-a,-um (part.A): tinged, tinted, colored; in color reactions, ‘stained’ [> L. tingo, tinxi, tinctum, 3. to dye, color, tinge]; see tinged;

- pileo primum pallide viridi tum pisino, denique atrovirenti tincto, with the pileus at first pale green, then pea-green, finally dark-green tinged.

- thallo persistenter violaceo-coeruleo tincto differt, it differs by the thallus persistently violet-blue colored.

- pileus bubalino-roseolus coloribus ochraceis tinctus, pileus pinkish-buff tinted ochraceous colors.

- in cellulis aliquibus septum et cytoplasma colore purpureo tincta, in some cells the septum and cytoplasm tinged with the color purple.

- lamellae ante evolutionem albidae, pulvere mox seminali copioso

- incarnato - roseo tinctae colorem mutant (S&A), the lamellae, before their unfolding, whitish, tinted with the copious reproductive powder [i.e. spores] having become fleshy to rose-colored, they change color.

- [lichen] gelatina hymenea iodo non tincta (Nyl.), hymenial gelatina not tinted [i.e. turning color] in iodine.

Leccinum violaceotinctum B. Ortiz & T.J. Baroni, a mushroom; Carex tincta, ‘tinged’ a sedge that is deep brown to fulvous (Fernald 1950).
Tinctus,-us (s.m.IV), abl. sg. tinctu: a dipping into, a dyeing or tinting;

- croceo tinctu cibis gratissimis, with a crocus-dip (i.e. a saffron-sauce) for the most pleasing food.

- pileus tinctu purpurei tantillo, ut fere invisibili, pileus with a tint of purple so small as to be almost invisible.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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